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Lockheed Electra 12A, Arlington Fly-In, Arlington, WA
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This rare Lockheed Electra 12A is owned and flown by Pat Donovan. who has flown the aircraft to New Zealand and back. This Electra first served as corporate transportation for Conoco Oil. Pat has an eye for detail and has made it his mission to restore his Electra to period correct specifications. One of only 130 produced this Electra is a stunningly beautiful. It sits across from a one of a kind recreation of a Stinson Model 0.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 15080x7540
Subida: 14/07/2013
Actualizado: 01/07/2014
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Tags: arlington; arlington municipal airport; fly-in; washington; vintage; aircraft; airplanes; nieuport xi; lockheed electra 12a; aeronca c-2; stinson model o; travel air
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